TOM Film Tour: Coming to a Patagonia near you!
Join us for free screenings of the latest film from Patagonia, TOM, as we tour throughout the Pacific Northwest this February! The film—TOM: The Friend Fish Deserve—follows our very own Tom Derry north to the Babine River and explores some of the central themes of Tom's life: conservation, wild abundance, and enjoying life!
Each film showing is generously hosted by a local Patagonia store, with light refreshments, beverages, and a chance to win new Patagonia gear! All proceeds from these events will support the Native Fish Society’s work to restore abundant wild, native fish, free-flowing rivers, and thriving local communities across the Pacific Northwest.
Screening Date Details:
February 20th: Seattle, WA | 2100 1st Ave | 6:00 pm PST | Patagonia Seattle Event Details
February 22nd: Vancouver BC | 1994 W 4th Ave | 7:00 pm PST | Patagonia Vancouver Event Details
February 27th: Bend, OR | 1000 NW Wall St, Ste 104 | 6:30 pm PST | Patagonia Bend
February 28th: Portland, OR |1106 NW Burnside St | 6:30 pm PST | Patagonia Portland Event Details
*Note: While all screenings are free to attend, some Patagonia locations request an RSVP as space is limited. Please be sure to check out their direct Event Pages through the store's website to secure your spot!
We hope you'll join us!
About the film: Tom Derry is the connection between wild fish and the activists striving to protect them. A lifelong angler and the director of wild steelhead funding for the Native Fish Society, Tom embodies the commitment behind countless conservation efforts, all with a single goal: more wild fish. Filmed along British Columbia’s Babine River, Tom captures the essence of angling for wild steelhead and provides insight into what motivates a motivator.